Demonstrator 2. Physical Education
All students have equitable access to high quality, rigorous physical education curriculum.
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a.) A comprehensive physical education curriculum is sequential and aligned with the Kentucky Core Academic Standards for Practical Living.
b.) Physical education curriculum regularly provides opportunities for all students to become physically literate individuals who have the psychomotor, cognitive, and affective skills to adopt a physically active lifestyle as defined by the National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE) National Physical Education Standards.
c.) The physical education curriculum frequently provides differentiated learning strategies and activities that ensure all students develop competency and confidence in motor skills that fosters the necessary knowledge for life-long physical activity.
d.) A Coordinated School Health Committee utilizes a Comprehensive School Physical Activity Program (CSPAP) to increase the quality of the physical education instruction as well as increase physical activity opportunities throughout the school environment.
e.) School ensures the physical education curriculum is integrated and includes regular opportunities for cross-disciplinary connections to meet the physical activity needs for all students.